The BludgerTrack poll aggregate records a solid move to the Coalition this week on two-party preferred, off a miserably low base, with the one new national data point from Essential Research being relatively good for them, and the worst of their results from after the leadership change washing out of the system. The 0.8% movement on two-party preferred yields the Coalition a gain of two on the seat projection, with one apiece in Queensland and Western Australia. The state numbers have been updated with the breakdowns released this week by Newspoll, along with the usual unpublished breakdowns from Essential. No new numbers for the leadership ratings this week.
BludgerTrack: 53.2-46.8 to Labor
After a period in which most national polls have come in at 53-47, the BludgerTrack aggregate begins to follow suit.
908 comments on “BludgerTrack: 53.2-46.8 to Labor”
The primary vote is terrible for the Liberals.
Scotty’s honeymoon is over
sprocket_ @ #895 Sunday, October 28th, 2018 – 8:33 pm
Poll Bludger take a bow. 🙂 Though what it means to guess at a poll which is a guess at something is anyone’s guess.
PB Newspoll-Poll 2018-10-28
Actual: ALP 54 to 46 LNP
PB mean: ALP 54.4 to 45.6 LNP
PB median: ALP 54.0 to 46.0 LNP
No. Of PB Respondents: 75
#Newspoll Morrison: Approve 41 (-4) Disapprove 44 (+6) #auspol
10 point turnaround a hint of the baseball bats waiting for Scotty
So nurdles are a by product of plastic production. Makes sense.
The nurdle is a cricket stroke mainly employed by English batsmen. Similar to, but not as extravagant as, the smear.